The theory put forward by the IETF was simple enough… while there were still enough IPv4 addresses use transition technologies to migrate to dual stack and then wean IPv4 off over time. All nice and tidy. The way engineers, myself included, liked it. However those controlling the purse strings had a different idea. There's was, don't spend a cent on protocol infrastructure improvement until the absolute last minute - there's no ROI in IPv6 for shareholders. Getting in front…Continue
Added by Bruce Sinclair on May 21, 2013 at 6:03pm — No Comments
Don't miss the largest IPv6 conference in North America.
The Rocky Mountain IPv6 Task Force (RMv6TF), in conjunction with Regional North America IPv6 Task Forces is pleased to host the 2013 North American IPv6 Summit technology conference on April 17-19, 2013.
Join more than 500 IPv6 networking professionals who plan to attend, ranging from technology leaders, systems architects,…Continue
Added by Scott Hogg on March 31, 2013 at 10:39am — No Comments
I will be speaking on IPv6 Address Planning for Enterprises at the upcoming conference in San Jose.
This talk will cover topics in how to lay out a subnetting plan for an enterprise and will cover both single-site and multi-site enterprises as well as some information useful to service providers. We will discuss strategies for address deployment to maximize flexibility and preserve aggregation across unexpected growth as well as techniques for reducing human-factors related…Continue
Added by Owen DeLong on October 30, 2012 at 4:18pm — No Comments
The Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) has a strong focus on IPv6. They were one of the first federal agencies to make their website IPv6 operational for World IPv6 Day in June of 2011 and have never turned it off. They were also one of the first agencies to make all of their public facing services IPv6 operational for the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) 2012 Milestone. My presentation will discuss VA’s Enterprise approach to IPv6 and include valuable insights that can help other…Continue
Added by Dale Geesey on October 29, 2012 at 9:53am — No Comments
The Federal CIO issued an OMB IPv6 mandate in September 2010. The presentation will cover NASA's journey in implementing IPv6 in accordance with the first of these major goals. It will include some of the challenges that hampered implementation and lessons learned.
I am looking forward to gogoNET LIVE! 3
Kevin L. Jones
Added by Kevin L. Jones on October 28, 2012 at 1:30am — No Comments
The US Federal Government, like many large IT organizations and other national governments recognizes the important of transition their networks to support IPv6. On Sept 2010 a memo on the transition to IPv6, was issued by then Federal CIO; Vivek Kundra, outlining the government’s commitment and rational behind expediting the operational deployment and use of IPv6.
Added by Gina Nienaber on October 3, 2012 at 1:45pm — No Comments
Well, if you have been knowing things about IPv4, IPv6 and other networking technology, you probably may just be aware that we’re already running out of IPv4 addresses but RIPE NCC isn’t the only one that is going to run out soon that we might need to migrate to IPv6. Today, I’m still IPv6 enabled although having to get my computer connected to it may be inaccurate. Starting with IOS 6, you’re able to get IPv6 support which may be neat in the future.
RIPE NCC, the regional internet…Continue
Added by Tan Cheng Guan on September 17, 2012 at 1:04am — No Comments
OK, it seemed that Microsoft was one of the participants in World IPv6 Launch day. It was a great opportunity for the company. For me, I took a great opportunity to get IPv6 enabled as well as I’ve been using the GogoClient for this. It may be an important protocol for the future of technology and if you’re not aware of it and you’re still surfing the net like that, I can say it’s a shame on you. The shame is even more real for saying that the IPv6 is not important and…Continue
Added by Tan Cheng Guan on June 16, 2012 at 11:47pm — No Comments
Today makes THE DAY OF IPV6! Wow, I’m fucking excited for this and I already have my GogoNet account as well as the GogoClient installed on my computer. However this time, I’m going to make the rest of my workstation enabled to IPv6 as well into installing GogoClient on all the partitions out there.
Today is June 6th, which means that participating ISPs, hardware manufacturers and search engines must stick to their word and…Continue
Added by Tan Cheng Guan on June 6, 2012 at 11:34am — No Comments
We wanted to let everyone know about the 2012 North American IPv6 Summit event taking place at the Grand Hyatt Denver, Colorado on April 9-11, 2012. This event is being coordinated by the Rocky Mountain IPv6 Summit and the other regional IPv6 Task Forces.
This is the largest IPv6 event in North America and it we would like you to be a part of our event. We are currently soliciting sponsors and speakers for our event. If your organization is interested in sponsoring the event…
Added by Scott Hogg on November 10, 2011 at 10:00pm — No Comments
Our IPv6 customers rely on us to support their massive bandwidth demands and device growth by implementing (IPv6-ready) switches, routers, and application delivery solutions into its geographically distributed network. By leveraging IPv6 ready infrastructure, we enable one of our customers to now operate the largest IPv6 Internet backbone in the world, measured by the number of networks connected. As of January 2011, one of our customer became the first Internet backbone worldwide to connect…Continue
Added by Keith Stewart on October 27, 2011 at 3:51pm — No Comments
Added by Ciprian Popoviciu on October 14, 2011 at 11:12pm — No Comments
Looking forward to getting to know folks on this list - in mean time, here are a few articles I've recently published to get to know me a bit:
Added by Richard Donaldson on July 5, 2011 at 12:15pm — No Comments
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I'd appreciate it if people with IPv6 connectivity could test the site and please report your OS version, browser name and version, and any comments you have in the comments below.
There is a AAAA record in our DNS so you should just be able to browse to www.mudynamics.com and that should take you to our IPv6 site. If you want to go there directly, the literal URL is: …Continue
Note: This was posted in Blogger in November 22nd last year.
We don’t believe what I discovered today at Neowin.net. The networking still uses IPv4 and the persons with the opportunity and ideas about IPv6 have the chance to fulfill the configuration of IPv6 networking. The business should still use the decent computer technology like using Windows 7 for decent works but then everyone screws things up! OK, I swear that the home networks are…Continue
Added by Tan Cheng Guan on February 19, 2011 at 6:30am — No Comments
After years of software development, prototyping, hardware design, testing, customer partnering and industrial design, the gogoCPE is finally available and ready for purchase! From our experience in working with service providers on their IPv6 trials using our software client it became obvious that using software would not work en masse. Functionality worked great; remembering to keep it always running - not so much. So the idea of a hardware version of our software client was born in…Continue
On Jan 21 I had the pleasure to announce Cisco's participation in World IPv6 Day. Cisco will be publishing AAAA's for the day alongside other participants. We'll also be working with our customers, Cisco Services, etc. to ensure that the experiment achieves its goals with as little disruption to Internet users worldwide as possible. I hope by putting our skin in…Continue
Added by Mark Townsley on January 24, 2011 at 10:07am — No Comments
Stephan Lagerholm is a Senior DNS architect with the DNS vendor Secure64. He has successfully created a model to predict the central IANA IPv4 depletion date and analyze the “end game” in detail. His findings are published on his blog www.ipv4depletion.com. Stephan will share his findings and highlight some key dates for IPv6 readiness. …
Added by Stephan Lagerholm on October 7, 2010 at 11:30pm — No Comments